I don't know about you but it seems like I give more & more gift cards every year. I guess as my neices and nephews get older and as we have more & more teachers & coaches in our lives - gift cards are the go-to gift! I find that 'dressing up' the gift cards a little makes me feel a little better about giving what seems like such an impersonal gift. The CTMH Cricut Artiste cartridge makes creating gift card holders super easy! Check out this Christmas version I created:
The gift card holder base is cut with the Cricut - you simply fold it, adhere it & decorate it!
EDIT - I've had a few questions about the specific Cricut cut -- it is the "L" key (found on page 59 of the booklet), "Card" function, size - 'fit to page'. If you use your fit to page function - it doesn't matter what size your dial is set at. The finished card is just over 5.25" x 3.5" - fits in a standard envelope for a 4.25 x 5.5" card. You can cut two gift card holders on each 12x12" sheet of cardstock.
Patterned paper: CTMH Stella, CTMH Pear & Partridge
Gift card holder, ornaments and sentiment panel cut with CTMH Cricut Artiste
Holiday Cheer stamp set
Ink: CTMH Cocoa
Have a great weekend!
Oh WOW, Carla, I really love this. What a great cut from the cricut cartridge. And I love how you did the front.ReplyDelete
This is so cute! May I ask, What size did you cut it on the cricut?ReplyDelete
Thanks Amy - I've edited my post to include specific instructions on the Cricut cut. Hope that helps!Delete
LOVE this!! LOVE the ornaments on the front!ReplyDelete